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My name is Karen West Sanchez. I live in Briartown, Oklahoma. Genealogy and cemetery surveying have been a passion of mine for many years. My interest in genealogy was inherited from my dear Aunt Lucy West who passed away 2/22/05 at the age of 100 years, 6 months and 3 weeks. I do this in honor of her memory.|
Lucy Ella West
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|John Smith||RE: Thomas G. Pierce|
You didn't do a memorial for him. But you did one for the Wilkersons. And Thomas Pierce is listed as living with them on the 1900 census. I was just wondering if you were related to the Wilkersons in some way.
|John Smith||Thomas G. Pierce|
There is a Thomas G. Pierce listed as living with the Wilkersons on the 1900 census. Do you know anything about him? I believe that he is my great great great grandfather. Thanks!
Thank you very much for the Sikes transfers, I appreciate it very much.
|Wes T.||Cherry Tree vs. Chulio|
I had sent a message to Katrina at Find A Grave. Will let you know just as soon as I hear anything.
Added by Wes T. on Feb 02, 2014 12:54 PM
|Wes T.||RE: Chulio/Cherry Tree|
Barely. There is one of those highway signs they have in OK, which points out that there is a cemetery that way > . I think it might be about a quarter of a mile W off of 59.
Added by Wes T. on Jan 25, 2014 10:54 AM
|Wes T.||RE: Chulio/Cherry Tree|
Thank you for your reply. I think we can get it fixed. I'm willing. Let's all just sit a bit. In the meanwhile...
I will send a message to Find A Grave and find out what we need to do to get a "merge" done. That way everyone's info they have entered, hopefully should be able to be preserved.
I should have went to the library first, but I was out driving back from a trip to Texas and I cut off on 59N, and saw this cemetery and stopped and took a bunch of pictures. There is no Chulio in the book, I found out of course, later, only Cherry Tree. I am told there are many, many cemeteries that are duplicated, so I think that this is something they need to work on from their end. I think it has something to do with the fact that Cherry Tree doesn't really tell a person where the cemetery is located at. Chulio is the name of that little community there, so presumably people might recognize that name better? Perhaps, I really don't know how they ended up with two cemeteries with the same people. I look forward to trying to reach a resolution on it.
Added by Wes T. on Jan 24, 2014 12:18 PM
|Wes T.||RE: Chulio/Cherry Tree Cemetery|
Well, good morning. Nice to "meet" you.
I had nothing to do with the naming of the cemeteries. Whomever first put something in on Find A Grave either selected a cemetery that was extant, or had to create a new one. I don't know that I appreciate your accusatory tone, either, first thing in the morning. I didn't see those people listed in Chulio, after I took pictures, which I took a lot of, by the way, so I added them. At the time I took the photos, I had not been to the library yet to look at Tyner's books to see what it had.
My guess is that 40 years ago, most people called it Cherry Tree and that is how they listed it in the book. Someone on Find A Grave came along and called it Chulio, it would appear. Maybe we need to ream them out.
I have problems with people taking such "ownership" on here, and I'm guessing 90% of the people I send SACs to, ignore them. I have over 600 pending now, so I don't care to hear about making requests to people to change things. They typically don't want to.
All that being said, and not taking into account that what Find A Grave needs to do, IMO, is to merge the two cemeteries into one (and who would agree on a name) I guess I would consider a fix from the contributor's end. What specifically did you want me to do, and are you going to put any additional information that exists on "mine" over onto "yours?" I have plot numbers, additional information I have added, recognition for military veterans and so on. Am I to let all that fall away now because you would prefer they be listed in Cherry Tree? Have you sent similar messages to all the other people who have posted memorials in Chulio, so they can be under the same directive?
I'm willing to try to negotiate a solution.
Added by Wes T. on Jan 24, 2014 7:21 AM
|Carolina Grave Hunter||RE: Correction for Pamela Sherwood|
To be honest, I am not 100% sure if the day is 16 or 17.
Thanks for questioning the date. I would go with the other edit that was sent.
|Rebecca Wright||Bertha, Franklin & Infant Robinson|
Thank you so much Cookie for transferring their memorials to me. I have already linked up most of the family now and will add more info as I get time. Your time and efforts are so appreciated.
Happy New Year!
|Daniel Vaughn||Nettie Vaughn|
Thank you for the transfer Cookie.
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